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Wrist Problems and Wisconsin Bar Stuff
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I find that I'm posting a lot about relaxing around the house and running errands. Sadly enough, there's just not a lot of excitement going on around here. Ah well, I'm happy right now and that's what really matters in the long run.

We spoke with the associate of Frank's who is doing our taxes this year, gave him Gabriel's social security number, and mailed the forms he sent us back to him. We made a run to the post office and got that out today. Once he re-does everything with Gabriel as our dependant we'll get everything back and be able to send it in and get our taxes over with for this year.

I'm having a weird problem with my wrist. There's a small hard bump on it and when I flex it back it's really easy to see. My wrist has also been hurting a lot recently as well. I checked a few things out online and it could be a weird form of a cyst, but it sounds more like a bone spur. I'll get it (and my ear) checked out the next time I'm in my Mom's area. After the post office I made a run into a drug store to look for a wrist wrap/splint to help things. From what I've read stabalizing it and putting pressure on it, combined with Aleve can have a chance of making it go away on its own. If that doesn't work, surgery is needed. Great. Walgreen's didn't have any of the wrist braces in stock that were the size I needed, so I'll check a few other drug stores tomorrow.

We got Olive Garden to go for dinner and they really disappointed me by forgetting my soup. Yeah, I know, it sounds insignificant, but the fact of the matter is that their soup is my favorite part of the meal and is the reason I even wanted Olive Garden in the first place. *grumbles* And to make matters worse, something from dinner did not sit well with me and I now have (as Netter calls it) the poopies. Oy.

Gabriel's teething big time. He now has four teeth on top and four teeth on bottom. He also keeps gagging himself with his fingers as he tries to stick them back into his mouth and chew on them. We're wondering if this means that his molars are starting to come in. He's been very fussy and restless and it's been hard to get him to eat.

Tonight we spent the majority of the night trying to get Gabriel to eat something. We watched the tail end of a VH1 America's Next Top Model (older episodes) marathon, leveled up my character (Bensozia), and bathed the Poopchuck. Poor little guy has a diaper rash that just does not want to go away.

I'm starting to get ready for the Wisconsin Bar. There's a lot of stuff to do, but the deadline isn't until May 1 so I'm not too worried. The bar review programs don't even have their dates or sign ups available yet (the bar will be in July). Tonight I went through the site and made a list of everything I need to send in, everything I need other people to send in, things that need to be sent from USC, from Pepperdine, and from the California State Bar. I also noticed that there are a lot of subjects on the bar that I never studied in law school. And the dreaded subkect of Federal Income Tax (I still don't know how I passed that in law school) is on there as well. This is scary. I'm more nervious about this than I was about the California Bar. I'm actually worried about not passing - and they only allow three tries. *meeps* Oh, and I have to re-take the damn multiple choice section because you can only transfer scores if you passed another bar within the last 3 years. When I take this bar it will have been 4 years since I took the California Bar. This is going to suck.


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Extroversion (54%) medium which suggests you average somewhere in between being assertive and social and being withdrawn and solitary.
Accommodation (34%) moderately low which suggests you are, at times, overly selfish, uncooperative, and difficult at the expense of the well being of others.
Orderliness (76%) high which suggests you are overly organized, neat, structured and restrained at the expense too often of flexibility, variety, spontaneity, and fun.
Emotional Stability (30%) low which suggests you are very worrying, insecure, emotional, and anxious.
Inquisitiveness (50%) medium which suggests you are moderately intellectual, curious, and imaginative.
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